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#backtoschool: Kids ready to hit the books

Sealy ISD students head back to the classroom in just one week, and many local households are now fully stocked with lunch boxes, graphing calculators, binders and No. 2 pencils. Superintendent … more

Back To School: Sealy youth prepare to head to the classroom

The first day of classes for Sealy ISD is just around the corner on Aug. 24, and residents already have begun back-to-school shopping. A back-to-school fair is set for 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Aug. … more

Sealy News donates to Meals on Wheels

Ginger Henry, center, administrative assistant with Meals on Wheels-Helping One Another Inc. of Austin County, accepts a check for $135.05 from April Towery, managing editor of The Sealy News, and … more

Bollinger graduates from boot camp

Pvt. Kurt E. Bollinger, 19, of Sealy, graduated from the U.S. Marine Corps Boot Camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego on July 14.  Pvt. Bollinger successfully completed 13 weeks of … more

Sealy Historical Society plans for upcoming events

The Sealy Area Historical Society just wrapped up its annual Spring Fest and spaghetti drive-through dinner but is busier than ever as organizers plan the 2017 ghost tour. The event, set for Oct. … more

Benefit planned for injured Army sergeant

Sealy High School graduate Cody Leger had a lot going for him. The handsome young man, whose family has lived in the area for more than 25 years, enlisted in the U.S. Army in 2008 and was a member … more

Fun in the sun: Crowds flock to Sealybration

Temperatures stayed just shy of triple digits on Saturday, but that didn’t stop residents from packing up their lawn chairs and water bottles to head for the ninth annual Sealybration event at B&PW … more

Texas watermelon crop looks good and on schedule for Fourth of July

UVALDE – Despite typical troubles for individual growers, the Texas watermelon crop appears to be performing on time and without many problems, said Dr. Larry Stein, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension … more

Jeff Virnau appointed to national board

GRAPEVINE, Texas – Kubota Tractor Corporation announced the newest members of its National Dealer Advisory Board, including Jeff Virnau of Virnau Sealy Tractor. Virnau was elected to the Kubota … more

Did you know?

A recent study at Harvard has shown that eating chocolate can help you live longer? more

Bike rodeo set for June 3

The Sealy Police Department is hosting a “School’s Out, Let’s Ride” bike rodeo June 3 at Sealy High School. SPD Sgt. Chad Matura and Officer John Fullen are heading up the effort for the … more

Sealy FFA advances 4 teams to state competition

Four teams from Sealy High School FFA recently moved forward in the state Career Development Events (CDE) competition.In the CDE competition, high school FFA members compete to develop skills that … more

Election volunteers are unsung heroes

As Sealy casts its vote for mayor, the school board and charter amendments on Election Day, May 6, the unsung heroes who make democracy work are the volunteers that spend the day at Hill Community … more

Spradley and Hearn honored

Sealy American Legion Post 442 had a special ceremony May 2, as post members raised and lowered the American Flag in honor of Marvin Spradley and Jesse Hearn. Marvin Spradley passed away Dec. 20, … more

Faith Academy Names Prom King & Queen

Faith Academy High School students attended the “Knights in the Sand” themed prom April 22,.  Chosen to represent Faith Academy 2017 Prom King & Prom Queen were: Chase Tomlinson (Hempstead) & … more

Country legend to headline fundraiser at Hemi Hideout

Often recognized as Loretta Lynn’s younger sister and the woman with the longest hair in America, Crystal Gayle is a star in her own right. She was the first female country singer to go platinum … more

Sealy UIL Students compete in Corpus Christi

Sealy High School (SHS) University Interscholastic League (UIL) students competed in the Region competition in Corpus Christi, April 7 and 8. Casey Faichtinger, Alexia Henley, and Allison Sanchez … more

Culvert project moves closer

The long-awaited culvert project on Front Street behind Whataburger is ready to go. If you drive down the road, you will see plenty of culverts on top of each other along Allen's Creek. The … more

Completed Frontage Road remains closed

TxDot says it is waiting for the deed. The completed frontage road giving access to the proposed Town Park Center in Sealy remains closed as the city and developer David Cryan remain locked in … more

2017-18 Selman Elementary registration begins in April

Pre-Kindergarten/Kindergarten Registration - Sealy Independent School District will hold PreK & Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year at the Selman Elementary campus (1741 Highway … more
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